Throughout our many past lives we have experienced many traumatic situations. Some of those situations can include violent deaths, mental or physical abuse or other severe injuries. When this occurs, we can lose a precious piece of our soul which then makes us 'incomplete'. There are so many different ways our souls can become fragmented. Some fragments have been taken from us against our will by negative beings while others have been lost by substance abuse or as a result of heartbreaks from romantic relationships that were simply not meant to be.
Whatever the reason we have lost parts of ourselves, the good news is that our souls can be made whole again. As an experienced healer, Nicholas can tell you how many pieces of your soul are missing, for he knows exactly where to find them and how to retrieve them no matter where they might have gone. Once all pieces have been successfully retrieved, they will be mended back into place for you. After several weeks of reintegration, you will notice that you will start feeling more like yourself again the way you were meant to be. Everything that is rightfully yours, is back where it belongs, and you will be less likely to feel you need to seek approval or search for something or someone else to 'complete' you.
If you would like a free consultation to know if you have any pieces of your soul missing before ordering this advanced healing service, do not hesitate to contact me.
After placing your order and making your payment,
please follow the important instructions listed below...
- Contact Nicholas by e-mail at email@example.com
- In your e-mail, please include the first name, last name and date of birth of yourself or the person wishing to receive the healing. Be sure to include the city and country you are currently living in or of that person for whom the healing is for.
- Please attach to the e-mail two full body photos of yourself or the person wishing to receive the healing with no other person in the picture and preferably against a plain background. One picture must show the complete front of the person from head-to-toe facing the camera and the other picture must show the complete back of the person from head-to-heel.